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New Hampshire’s Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic 2022 announces winners

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The extremely popular Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic took place from Thursday, June 16 to Saturday, June 18. The competition draws thousands of spectators to see the creations as they unfold and sculptors hail from not only New England, but New York, New Jersey, and even Hawaii and Canada.

Contestants are not only competing for the accolades and applause from spectators but are also vying for cash prizes to the tune of thousands of dollars, with the winner being awarded $7,000.

The first-place winner was Hawaii’s Mélineige Beauregard for her, “I am Life” sculpture. She also took home the People’s Choice Award.


125 tons of sand being dumped for the Sponsor sculpture. Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.


Various heavy machinery that make the event happen. Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.


The molds being put into place to mane the sponsor sculpture. Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.

Finished Sponsor Sculpture:


Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.


Governor’s Award: Greg J. Grady’s “Wyvern Whisperer” Derry, New. Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.

Greg Grady explaining his sculpture:


4th Place & Sculptors Choice: Rusty Croft’s “Transition” Carmel. Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.

Rusty Croft explains his sculpture:


3rd Place: Carl D. Jara’s “Entropy” Lyndhurst, N.Y. Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.

Carl Jara explains his sculpture:


2nd Place: Karen Fralich “Trolls” Ontario, Canada by Karen Jean Fralich. Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.

Karen Fralich explaining her sculpture:


1st Place & People’s Choice: Mélineige Beauregard’s “I am Life” Captain Cook, Hawaii. Hampton Beach Sand Sculpting Classic photo.


Mélineige Beauregard explains her sculpture:

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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